The Orioles dealing RHP Jeremy Guthrie, the only sure thing in their starting rotation, adds more questions than answers heading into spring. The timing, which came on the day Guthrie was scheduled to go to arbitration, was telling. In return, the Orioles will get two pieces to help rebuild the pitching. RHP Jason Hammel can eat innings (He has started at least 27 games each of the past three years), but he has a 4.99 career ERA and was moved to the pen late last season. They also add 31-year-old reliever Matt Lindstrom just had his best major league season. He held hitters to a .217 batting average in the second half of last year. In an offseason of moves void of splash, the Orioles offer one that will have people talking.